The Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) every year admits about 500 national service personnel.
GPHA ensures to inculcate the value of meaningful contributions to the community it operates to its staff and every year group of national service personnel.
As the demonstration of this responsibility towards the society, the 2019/2020 National Service Batch of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority, whose time at GPHA was somewhat shortened by the Coronavirus pandemic, has made donations to the New Life Children’s Home in Nungua.
The 2019/2020 batch of the National Service Personnel, numbering 481 donated a Poly Tank and toiletries to the children at the charity as one of its key projects to cap their year as a group.
Earlier in October, the group donated 2 branded benches for the Transport Yard, 25-branded glass wall and table clocks for the various receptions of the Authority with accompanying citations as a token of their gratitude for the opportunity given them.
The founder of the New Life Children’s Nii Afotey Botwe II, who is the chief of Otino, the New Life Children’s Home, said since its establishment in the year 2000, the institution has been able to solicit support from individuals and organizations towards the development of the underprivileged children with some attaining tertiary levels of education and others vocational careers.
“We even have some who have started their own businesses, some even molded the blocks for our new school building, including the fabricating work with the help of a professional. So apart from the regular academics, they are also undergoing vocational training,” he revealed.
Source: Eye On Port